Relativity New Sci-Fi Miniseries Set for Release on December 12th, 2016

Millennium Hand and Undead Burrito Productions


After a marathon two day production in July 2015, Millennium Hand and Undead Burrito Productions are happy to announce that Relativity, a new science fiction miniseries by Chris Cherry, is slated for YouTube release on December 12th, 2016.

Chris Cherry is the creator, writer, director, and executive producer. His short film T he Joke was an official selection for The Chattanooga Film Festival 2015 and the Ha! International Film Festival 2015. Joining him on the creative team are Andrew Williams , the director of photography, blocking director, editor, and executive producer, and Bri Castellini , the executive producer, assistant director, script supervisor, and sound mixer. All three also held important production roles on the web series Brains, the inaugural Undead Burrito Productions project, which has been an official selection in fifteen film festivals, including the LA Cinefest and the Largo Film Awards, and was awarded Best Web Series at the Bloody Horror International Film Festival in 2016.

Dana Shiree stars as Erin, a depressed college student who receives a strange and sinister package in the mail. Michelle Agresti stars as Candace, a graduate student who wishes to study the strange package Erin received. Jon Esquivel rounds out the cast as Perry, an aspiring artist who arrives on the scene under false pretenses.

Undead Burrito’s most recent project was the second season of B rains, an original web series. This is the first production by Millennium Hand.

About Relativity

After receiving a strange package in the mail, “Relativity” follows college student Erin Barclay as she unexpectedly finds herself hosting two strangers, artist Perry and grad student Candace. They are quickly placed in a life or death situation as the object in the package unsticks them from time, causing them to to experience time jumps, but not in the same order. The series is structured so that the same ten episodes can be viewed in three different orders, each order following one character’s subjective experience of events, all the while raising questions about fate and mortality. But, you know, in a fun way.


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